Suburban Sprawl: Culture, Theory and Politics
A comprehensive, multi-disciplinary analysis of suburban sprawl development and smart growth alternatives within the contexts of culture, ecology, and politics. It offers a mix of theoretical inquiry, historical analysis, policy critique, and case studies, written by academics and practitioners from around the world. In addition, each chapter is coupled with featured interviews with leading activists and policymakers working on sprawl issues.
ISBN-10: 0742525813; ISBN-13: 978-0742525818
Rowman and Littlefield Publishers
Public Policy, Political Science, Urban Development
Political Science | Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration
Lindstrom, Matthew J.; Bartling, Hugh; Batt, H. William; and Braun, Mark Edward, "Suburban Sprawl: Culture, Theory and Politics" (2003). Political Science Faculty Book Gallery. 6.